Search result(s) - kagayón



Beauty, handsomeness, fairness, loveliness, good looks, attractiveness, prettiness. (gayón; see kaayó-áyo, kaányag, katahúm, kaámbong).



(Sp. gracia) Grace, divine assistance; gracefulness. (see bugáy, kagayón, kaányag).



See kagayón. Also: Things that are beautiful or attractive.



Beauty, loveliness, comeliness, fairness, good looks, goodliness, pulchritude, niceness, pleasing appearance, handsomeness. (see tahúm, katahumán, kagayón, kaányag).



More, most, very much, in a higher or highest degree, exceedingly, especially, to exceed, surpass. Labí nga maáyo-or-labíng maáyo nga--. It is best-or-it would be best if--. Malúyag man siá magpadáyon sang íya pagtoón sa Ilóngílong, ápang labî pa gid sa Manílà. He wants to continue his studies in Iloilo, but he would much prefer to do so in Manila. Maghigúgma ka sa Diós labí sa nga tanán. Love God above all things. Ang mga labíng lutáw nga táo siníng bánwa--. The most prominent people in this town--. Sín-o sa íla nga duhá ang labíng but-ánan? Which of the two is more prudent? Ang íya nga kagayón daw sa dílì malabihán. It seems as if her beauty can scarcely be surpassed. Maáyo nga magdúaw ka sa íya, labí na gid kay--. It would be well for you to visit him, especially as--. Ang labíng madalî, labíng maáyo. The sooner, the better. Ang labíng malípot nga hámbal amó ang labíng maáyo. The shorter the speech the better. (see kapín).

To clank, rattle, clatter, tinkle, clink, chink, as matches, stones, nails, etc., if shaken in a box and the like. Nagalungkagáy ang kadéna. The chain is clanking. Indì mo paglungkagayón ang mga bató. Don't rattle the stones. Ginapalungkagáy sang idô ang íya talikalâ. The dog is rattling its chain. (see ringkádol, rungkádol-applied to the noise made by pieces of wood or other objects tumbling down stairs, etc.).



A prefix used like pag-, but with the difference that pagka-is more used with intransitive verbs, e.g. sang pagkadúlà sang íya pányo--. When her handkerchief was lost--. But: sang pagdúlà níya sang íya pányo--. When she lost her handkerchief--. pagka-is also frequently employed in the formation of abstract nouns, e.g. pagkalisúd, pagkasádya, pagkagayón, pagkataohánon, etc.-distress, cheerfulnes, beauty, human nature, etc.